Sunray is an international spiritual soci­ety dedicated to planetary peace. Its pur­pose is to manifest the Native American ideal of Caretaker Mind, so that we may create a world of beauty upon the earth. In 1983 Sunray was designated as a Ti­betan Nyingma Buddhist center by H. H. Dudjom Rinpoche. In 1986 H. H. Chet - sang Rinpoche acknowledged the meet­ing of Drikung Kagyu and Sunray teachings as the fulfillment of prophecy. Sunray teachings are thus a beauteous lake receiving the streams of three ancient and intact spiritual lineages, which lead us to a realization of Caretaker Mind and Bodhisattva Action. address: Box 269, Bristol, VT 05443 phone: (802) 453-4610 FAX: (802) 453-3501 e-mail: sunray@sover. net lineage: Cherokee Ywahoo lineage; Ti­betan Nyingma and Drikung Kagyu lin­eages.

spiritual head: Ven. Dhyani Ywahoo affiliation: Green Mountain Aniyun - wiwah (Cherokee)

ESTABLISHED: 1968 facilities: Sunray Peace Village En­campment (summer only) for practice, study, and retreat. Camping (tents, some RV sites) and outdoor cooking; showers and toilets available. Teachings are conducted in a large tent. meditation program: Summertime morning and evening meditation for program participants; weekly open house.

retreats offered: The Peacekeeper Mission—yearly foundation training— offered regionally in the United States, Canada, and Europe. Summer teach­ings in Native American and Buddhist studies at Sunray Peace Village. Individ­ual retreats for practitioners. publications: Sunray Newsletter, quar­terly.

about Buddhism:
For additional information, please refer to Shambhala International, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. address: PO Box 58, Barnet, VT 05821 PHONE: (802) 633-4362 lineage: Tibetan Kagyu
For additional information, please refer to Shambhala International, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. address: RR#1, #632, Cuttingsville, VT 05837 PHONE: (802) 773-0909 lineage: Tibet
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Shingon is a Japanese form of esoteric Buddhism transmitted to Japan from India via China in the ninth century by Kobo Daishi Kukai. Teaching that bud - dhahood can be achieved “
For additional information, please refer to Shambhala International, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. address: Box 33, Manchester, VT 05254 PHONES: (802) 362-3432 (home); (802) 362-24
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